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Indie Rock
 

The Canadian project Romance Recordz takes its name from the creator’s music collection. “I was casting around for a name for the project and I happened to have a bunch of CDs laying around in a pile: Sade’s Lovers ...

 
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L’AFFAIRE – “Afterlife”

 
November 22, 2017
 



Saskatoon-based duo L’AFFAIRE authentically capture a wistful vein of ’80s-inspired synth-pop on new track “Afterlife”, which touts melodic wonder and effervescence in its amiable melody and smooth production,...

 
 
Electronic
 
 

Ellis Redon – “Dreamers”

 
November 22, 2017
 



Flowing with nocturnal, swelling synths and a lush vocal presentation, “Dreamers” is a strongly memorable new track from Ellis Redon, a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from San Antonio, Texas. The synt...

 
Indie Pop
 

Psych-pop duo Gibberish is no stranger to Obscure Sound, with their 2015 release Winter Coat being one of my favorite albums from that year. 2016 track “Rudedude” showed more soaring magic, resembling Panda Bear in ...

 
 
Indie Rock
 

“You” is a memorable track from Field Trip to the Moon, the rock/pop project of London-based Angela Christofilou. It manages to impress mightily throughout its two-minute running time, with Christofilou’s melo...

 
Indie Rock
 
 

Wet Jeans – “The Finish Line”

 
November 22, 2017
 



“The Finish Line” is an impressive debut release from Wet Jeans, a trio out of Canton, Georgia. With playful guitars and rhythm coming into the fold early, alongside the injection of twinkling keys alongside the voc...

 
 
Indie Pop
 

Ahead of a new EP releasing next year, The Kickdrums just released the track “Love Is Fine”, a successful effort that straddles between Beck-like pop idiosyncrasies in the verses and a gentle, soaring chorus with me...

 
Indie Rock
 
 

Levitation Free – “Paranoïa”

 
November 20, 2017
 



Levitation Free is the project of Sebastien Jamet, an artist originally from coastal France who now crafts soaring psych-friendly tunes from his Parisian home studio with the help of a band. He aptly describes the experience of...